Archives >> June 04, 2012 >> People
By: Renata Johns, ‘12 | june, 2012
My most memorable moment of the MBA was walking onto stage during the curtain call during Follies last year.
By: Candice Ogarro, '12 | june, 2012
When I was asked to write a graduating note for the ChiBus I wondered what the editors were thinking. If you’ve ever met me, you know that it’s very hard for me to do anything less than to tell it like it is—so here you go.
By: Maida Fortune, '12 | june, 2012
I mostly didn’t go through recruiting in the traditional sense of the word because I was focused on Venture Capital and starting my business, Cureeo.
By: Shang Chen, '12 | june, 2012
My undergrad education did little to prepare me for a career in business. I wrote many papers while pumped up on red bull. I was sleepless in many of my classes. I emerged from consulting a jack of all trades and master of none.
By: Dan Hoskins, '92 | june, 2012
My MBA experience was immensely positive for me. I was a chemical engineer without much business experience when I came to the program. I learned so much on such a wide variety of subjects, and I gained a set of tools that enabled me to continue to learn when I went into management consulting.